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Enteric Fever (Typhoid Fever): Etiology

by John Fisher, MD
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    The lecture Enteric Fever (Typhoid Fever): Etiology by John Fisher, MD is from the course Gastrointestinal Infections. It contains the following chapters:

    • Enteric Fever – Etiology
    • Enteric Fever – Pathology and Signs/Symptoms

    Included Quiz Questions

    1. Typhoid fever
    2. Acute appendicitis
    3. Mesenteric lymphadenitis
    4. Diverticulitis
    5. Hemolytic-uremic syndrome
    1. Salmonella typhi
    2. Salmonella paratyphi B
    3. Salmonella paratyphi C
    4. Salmonella typhimurium
    5. Salmonella paratyphi A
    1. 5-14 days
    2. 6-12 hours
    3. 1-2 days
    4. 3-5 days
    5. 2-3 weeks
    1. Significant abdominal distention
    2. Malaise
    3. Dry cough
    4. "Stepladder" fever
    5. Constipation
    1. Blanching papules
    2. Non-blanching maculopapular rash
    3. Truncal vesicular lesions
    4. Oral mucosal ulcers
    5. Non-blanching sandpaper rash in dependent areas
    1. In the lymphoid tissue of the distal small bowel
    2. In the spleen
    3. In the lymphoid tissue of the distal colon and rectum
    4. In the paracervical lymph nodes
    5. In the myocardium
    1. Bowel perforation
    2. Pneumonia
    3. Cholecystitis
    4. Upper gastrointestinal bleeding
    5. Acute hepatitis
    1. Ciprofloxacin
    2. Azithromycin
    3. Vancomycin
    4. Metronidazole
    5. Gentamycin

    Author of lecture Enteric Fever (Typhoid Fever): Etiology

     John Fisher, MD

    John Fisher, MD


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